Collecting material, isolating key points, and selecting visual aids occurs at which stage of the briefing process?
Which of the following includes steps followed during the ‘construct a briefing’ stage?
Collect material, select visual aids, arrange key points, establish wording
When delivering a briefing, ‘volume and rate’ are classified under which area of consideration?
What are the three types of motives?
External motivation, social pressure, and self motivation
The ‘possession of control, authority, or influence over others’ is the definition for which term?
During which stage in team formation does ‘agreement and consensus’ begin forming within the team?
Which rehearsal is used to determine how a subordinate leader intends to accomplish the mission?
Which of the following are rehearsal techniques?
not Full dress, combat, and terrain model
Which of the following is NOT a rehearsal site selection criterion?
Which property would be classified as expendable?
Which type of responsibility relates to a formal assignment of property responsibility to Soldiers within the supply chain that have the property within their custody but NOT necessarily for their use?
not Custodial responsibility
There are how many levels of conflict?
Which conflict management method is described as an agreement between parties about what each should give or get in a particular situation?
Which term is defined as an item or feature for which a customer is willing to pay?
Which of the following is a benefit of the Six Sigma process?
not It increases cycle time.
Which tool is most commonly used in the standard improvement model DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) Define phase?
not Time Value Analysis
During which phase of DMAIC (define, measure, analyze, improve, control) is the sole purpose to demonstrate, with fact and data, that your solutions solve the problem?
Which principle of joint operations purpose is to concentrate the effects of combat power at the most advantageous place and time to produce decisive results?
The support Army forces response to disaster or a damaging attack on the homeland, is governed by policies issued by which of the following?
The Federal government
Providing forces for maritime search and rescue, icebreaking, and servicing of maritime aids to navigation is a specific wartime function of which military service?
The Coast Guard
Which of the following is a military custom?
not Walk on the left of an officer or NCO of superior rank.
Which of the following is a qualification that all recruiters must have?
not No unfavorable alcohol related incidents within the past seven years
The Strength Management Program of the National Guard Recruiting and Retention mission includes how many basic tenets?
3 basic tenets
National Guard Recruiting and Retention NCO (RRNCO) duties include which of the following?
Pre-qualify referrals, prospects, leads and/or current members to determine their eligibility for enlistment, reenlistment, or extension.
Which of the following groups is eligible to receive casualty assistance?
not All honorably discharged Soldiers
What is included in Phase I of casualty assistance?
not Contacting the servicing legal assistance office